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, filthy and moldy and a target of a city attorney lawsuit. we are live in san francisco where we return to the apartment to if anything has changed. rob? >> reporter: julie, the san francisco attorney has filed a lawsuit against the landlord of this building on church street. at building we told you about last month where tenants are living in conditions they called disgusting. >> deplorable. deplorable. >> reporter: that is how the city attorney describes 308 church street where eunice renfro to $1200 a month. three weeks ago ... i'd saw showers that did not drain, rotting pipes and mold, lots of mold. that is why the city is suing the landlord for potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> we had every intention of ensuring that the property owner complied with the law and bring this building up to code. >> i have [indiscernible] [indiscernible] by admitting that i want to also corrected. >> reporter: the landlord said [indiscernible] needs improvement but the hallway was cleaner and freshly painted. >> i'm trying to replace shower curtains and shower doors. >> subtenants notice
talk about boston. they have a few hills, big city. you put a foot or two of snow in a big city just imagine what that's going to be like. that's really what's happening. also you got a lot of flight delays. we're going to talk about your forecast for the weekend around the corner. we'll see you back here. >>> the weather is causing problems including here in the bay area. tomorrow's flights to and from boston are already cancelled along with half of flights to new york. airlines are being proactive calling passengers to let them know their flights have been cancelled before they arrive at the airport. >>> the storm moved into the northeast today closing businesses and sending people home for what could be a long weekend spent indoors. along the eastern seaboard, folks flocked to stores buying supplies. with as much as 3 feet of snow expected in some areas listen to this. the governor of massachusetts issued an emergency order today banning people from driving any where in the state. it's thought to be the first such ban in massachusetts since the blizzard of 1978. transit systems t
extra pitchers to accommodate the beer drinkers expected. one of many businesses across the city planning for big crowds tomorrow. slicing up slabs of meat to fill customers' belly, the butcher got an early start this morning. >> we were here at 4:00, getting ready for. this so hopefully we will have a good day. >> reporter: they expect to sell 1500 pounds of meat this super bowl weekend. 20% more than usual. >> and tomorrow we will do a big group of fried chicken and wings. >> we have the good old san francisco 49ers balloon and a couple more in there. >> having our little get- together, about 15, 20 people maybe. i'm just excited for this game. the niners have not been in the super bowl for so long. >> nanszy was one of party hosts shopping at the party host on host today. >> balloons and festive. beading. all the stuff. a lot of fun. >> and anything red and gold, we have, it is selling out. >> reporter: managers here say business is double their usual super bowl weekend sales. all thanks to the niners. >> since the niners have been there it is a flood of people coming in. >> r
night, officers were called to a home on powell and fremont streets near the oakland/emeryville city line. officers found a woman with a gunshot wound at the scene. she was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. >>> now to continuing coverage of that powerful winter blizzard that pounded the northeast over the last 24 hours. looking at new york city, one of the areas hit by this latest storm. the worst, it may be over, but tonight hundreds of thousands of residents are forced to deal with the aftermath. that blizzard dumped as much as three feet of snow, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of people. at least six people have died. we have live team coverage for you. meteorologist mark tamayo is tracking the storm moving through the northeast. but we begin with chris welch, live now in boston. >> reporter: well, good evening. you already alluded to it, 3 feet of snow in some areas of new england, in connecticut. here in boston, we got just over 2 feet of snow, just a few inches shy of the record here for boston. now, as we stand right now, we actually just got an up
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